Born in 1964 in Opava, she currently lives and works in Luxembourg. She graduated from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in 1989. She received a scholarship to study in Perugia, Italy, in 1987 and she was a scholarship student in Paris in 1992. In 2006, she received a scholarship from the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture for realizing steel sculptures. She has won a number of awards and exhibits in both Czech and foreign institutions on both individual and collective exhibitions. Her works are also represented in many private collections in Europe, mostly in Luxembourg.
Open: mo-fri 7am - 8pm, view from entrance
When we say steel, we feel the cold. Cold design, cold material, utilitarity. It is the reason why I try to give the steel sculptures warm, feminine and round shapes. To conquer the material and present it in a bright new light. Stained steel gets a velvet structure and the rain changes its colours to orange and red. That is how the sculpture Féminité was born. It is symbol of a woman – mother.
Open: Mon - Fri 7 - 20h, view from entrance